25.4268, Calls: Cognitive Sci, Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Philosophy of Lang, General Ling/Switzerland

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Subject: 25.4268, Calls: Cognitive Sci, Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Philosophy of Lang, General Ling/Switzerland

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Date: Mon, 27 Oct 2014 23:44:52
From: Steve Oswald [steve.oswald at unifr.ch]
Subject: Argumentation & Language: Linguistic Markers, Discursive Processes, Cognitive Operations

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Full Title: Argumentation & Language: Linguistic Markers, Discursive Processes, Cognitive Operations 
Short Title: ARG-AGE2015 

Date: 09-Sep-2015 - 11-Sep-2015
Location: Lausanne, Switzerland 
Contact Person: Steve Oswald
Meeting Email: argage2015 at unil.ch
Web Site: http://www.unil.ch/argage2015 

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Discourse Analysis; General Linguistics; Philosophy of Language; Pragmatics 

Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2014 

Meeting Description:

The CoRReA (Collectif Romand de Recherches sur l’Argumentation, http://www.collectifcorrea.wordpress.com) is pleased to issue the call for papers for the International Conference ARG-AGE 2015, to be held at the University of Lausanne in 2015 (9-11 September). The languages of the conference will be English and French.

The conference seeks to attract scholars in language and communication science as well as researchers in cognitive science who are interested in the description of the linguistic dimension of argumentation.

Plenary Speakers:

Ruth Amossy (University of Tel Aviv)
Marianne Doury (CNRS)
Hugo Mercier (University of Neuchâtel)
Francisca Snoeck Henkemans (University of Amsterdam)
Douglas Walton (University of Windsor)

Organising Committee:

Thierry Herman
Jérôme Jacquin
Raphaël Micheli
Steve Oswald)

2nd Call for Papers

Deadline for panel submission: 1 December 2014
Deadline for individual submission: 15 January 2015

Contributors are expected to submit proposals falling into at least one or two of the three following areas of research: a) linguistic markers; b) discursive processes; c) cognitive operations, which constitute the three conference themes.

Link to the official call for papers: http://www3.unil.ch/wpmu/argage2015/files/2014/03/call-for-papers-ARGAGE_2015_ENG.pdf

Types of Submissions:

Panels:

Panels are 2 hour long thematic sessions. They are divided in three 20 minute presentations and are followed by a 30 minute discussion time (to take place at the end of the panel or in its course). The panel convenors are responsible for the organisation of both the thematic coherence and the logistic articulation of the panel in order to ensure that it fits the general orientation of the conference. Panel proposals will contain a general description and the abstracts of the three papers to be presented. Panel proposals can be submitted until December 1, 2014.

The organising committee thus encourages submissions dealing with the interrelations between language (its units, its levels, its functions and modes of processing) and the way argumentation functions. It will give priority to proposals which make their methods and analytical categories explicit and which privilege the description of data collected in corpora or empirically. Selection will be made on the basis of anonymised abstracts.Individual Presentation:

Individual presentations will last 25 minutes, followed by a 5 minute question session. Contributors will need to tie their presentation with one or two of the conference themes, as described in the call for papers. The deadline for submission is January 15, 2015.

Scientific Committee:

Jean-Michel Adam, Ruth Amossy, Corina Andone, Marc Bonhomme, Marion Carel, Vasco Correia, Emmanuelle Danblon, Louis de Saussure, Marianne Doury, James B. Freeman, Bart Garssen, Sara Greco Morasso, Jean Goodwin, Chris Hart, Thierry Herman, Jos Hornikx, Jérôme Jacquin, Alfredo Lescano, Marcin Lewinski, Fabrizio Macagno, Didier Maillat, Hugo Mercier, Raphaël Micheli, Jacques Moeschler, Dima Mohammed, Steve Oswald, Manuel Padilla-Cruz, Fabio Paglieri, Rudi Palmieri, Christian Plantin, François Provenzano, Pierre-Yves Raccah, Anne Reboul, Eddo Rigotti, Andrea Rocci, Corine Rossari, Francisca Snoeck Henkemans, Christopher Tindale, Assimakis Tseronis, Frans van Eemeren, Jan Albert van Laar, Jean Wagemans, Douglas Walton, Galia Yanoshevsky, David Zarefsky.

Please circulate the information to anyone who might be interested.







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